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Southwind village, one of Columbia County's newest neighborhood developments, is underway off of Hereford farm road, in Evans, Georgia. The neighborhood will have about 96 lots.

One of the builders in Southwind Village will be Wilson Parker Homes. They will have homes in the low $200,000 range up to mid $350,000. Square footage ranges from around 2,200 all the way up to 6,000 plus square feet.

There are a multitude of different floorplans you can choose from! Most floorplans have different “elevations” or packages that you can choose from. The standard package is level C, but you can upgrade finishes to your choosing based on each specific package. Below are the Wilson Parker floor plan options.

  • Hudson- Bonus: 2,250 Heated Square Foot, 4

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"Builder Wars" begin in FT Gordon & Grovetown, Georgia Area

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While Animal Planet's Whale Wars take place in the icy Antarctic waters, the builder wars are just getting heated up in Grovetown and the Augusta area overall!

Since the arrival of Crown Communities a.k.a. Pillon Communities about 18 months ago in Augusta our real estate market has seen dramatic changes. While Crown captured a lion's share of the new construction business, it didn't go unnoticed. Local builders have adjusted construction methods and pricing while more "out of town" builders mainly from the Atlanta market have arrived on the scene. It's been very interesting to watch and the competition continues to increase especially in the Grovetown area targetiing the lucrative FT

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 For those of you who follow new home construction in the Augusta Georgia area, it's about to get very interesting. Although local builders have been hanging on through the somewhat slow times, a few new builders to our market have had an incredible impact.

 Battle lines are being drawn as the new homes are being built at a much lower cost and are loaded with upgrades previously out of reach to average consumers. Over the last few years a couple of Atlanta based builders such as Trillium as well as R&B Construction recognized Augusta as a great opportunity and started building. Although they were able to compete at a lower price point their homes were not substantially different quality than those of local "production builders". When the market turned

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